Immigration Appeals Attorney

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Immigration Appeals Attorney

When it comes to appealing an adverse decision from USCIS or Immigration Court, it is crucial to act within the designated time period. Failure to file an appeal within the timeframe can lead to a denial of your case. While there are some exceptions for unique factual circumstances, they are limited. The Clarke Law Office, LLC understands the complexity of the appeals process and has successfully represented many individuals with appeals, motions to reopen, and other reliefs.

Our firm has been representing families and individuals since 2003, helping them file appeals or motions to reopen their cases. Our proven system works, and our clients are well-informed and educated throughout the entire legal process. Our approach involves working collaboratively with our clients as a team to achieve the goal of winning your appeal or other relief. We provide legal service with integrity, strategic legal planning, and thorough education throughout the entire process.

Some of the appeals services we offer include EOIR appeals, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and motions to reopen immigration cases. We understand the importance of these legal services and strive to provide our clients with the best representation possible. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, please click the link above, or contact us by phone or email.

o EOIR Appeals
o Appeal to the BIA (Board of Immigration Appeals)
o Motion to Reopen– immigration cases

If you have any questions or would like to meet with an attorney, please contact us by clicking the link above or by phone or email.


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